Mantinia, Peloponnisos

Skouras

Georges Skouras Peloponnese Moscofilero 2020

Crisp acidity w racy lemon citrus up front and a touch of tangerine that rounds to a smooth finish w a touch of green herbs at finish. A dash of oak. — 17 days ago

Heather Dillaway
with Heather
Randall, Severn and 15 others liked this

Hermes

Mavrodaphne of Patras

Sweet dessert wine. Cherry liqueur taste. 15% abv plus sweetness = potent! A.O.C. red wine. $12 Total Wine 2021 — 15 days ago

Tetramythos

Agiorgitiko Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Amazing dry red. Pairs well with Mediterranean food. — a month ago

Zacharias Vineyards

Lexis M 2016

Vintage 2016 | M, made of 100% mavrodaphne | 12m barrel aging | Beautiful balance, roundness after aeration, slightly plums in smell, cherries most. | with bbq — 18 days ago

Ira, Peter and 17 others liked this

Dionysos

Merlot

Funky almost rotten nose. Taste like somewhat dipped fatty pork in it before bottling. Good nonetheless. Earthy and sweet and balanced. — 18 days ago

Tetramythos

PGI Peloponnese Agiorgitiko 2019

Joe G
9.3

$12. Greece,. Red — 17 days ago

Papaioannou

Old Vines Single Vineyard Dry Agiorgitiko 2015

This a great example of how good this indigenous grape is, just a flawless and perfect smooth wine — a month ago

Peter and Peter liked this

Estate Papaioannou

Nemea Pinot Noir 2019

MICHAEL COOPER DipWSET
8.9

This is one of the better red wines I’ve had from #Greece The wine has ripe red fruit, hints of spice and hints of cedar and toast from an oak maturation. I don’t particularly like the oak flavors of this wine, seem slightly chocolatey toasty and take away from the fruit. On the whole, a nice bottle of riper #pinotnoir — 20 days ago

Martin, Doctor and 10 others liked this

Syn+ Wines

Mountain Fish Agiorgitiko 2018

Dry red with good nose and fruity. Good length. Had it at Nick’s Taverna in Brambleton, VA. — 7 days ago

Ktima Brintziki

Melios Merlot Mavrodaphne

Smells like sweet roasted red bell peppers with ground meaty notes Pair with beef stuffer red bell peppers and onions or traditional Greek cuisine. Dolmas would be lovely for vegetarian fair. First Greek wine I truly enjoy! — a month ago

Paul, Severn and 6 others liked this